they call in the rough, where you tackle the whole thing. >> all right. and she joins us now. kimberly, good morning. >> good morning. >> do i have the storiy right, that as a little girl you used to sit and pretend you were hosting a cooking show? >> i did. i did, and i'm not sure what inspired it, but i would get on the counter, and i this voice that i would use, stir and stir and add these ingredients and i had this crazy weird voice but, yeah, it was a dream since i was a kid. never dreamed it would be reality. >> here it is, reality. >> going to put you to the test. we'll start down here. these are the apple crisp mini pies, is that right? >> they are good. >> is this a family recipe? >> this is my momma's recipe. i grew up in apple country in north georgia, where apples are abundant, especially this time of year so she would make this as a kid, a big old pot of it so i make a little smaller version. >> you have a little girl who likes to cook with you now, 5-year-old. >> little daisy. quite the cook. makes up recipes. they are not always edible, but we still try.